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GUIDED DEVELOPMENT OF INDEPENDENT INQUIRY IN AN ANATOMY/PHYSIOLOGY LABORATORY
Advances in Physiology Education
S tudent-originated projects are increasingly utilized in the biology laboratory as a means of engaging students and revitalizing the laboratory experience by allowing them one to two weeks to collect data on a manipulated variable of their choice by use of an introduced technique. Such experiments fail as good models of investigative learning when they place more emphasis on novel ideas than on hypothesis testing, experimental design, statistical rigor, or use of the primary literature. Indoi:10.1152/advan.00002.2003 pmid:14627621 fatcat:6hq7mw3omngjplovckiardqlxu